3 Comparison websites for choosing the right camera for you (updated)

When buying a new camera, most people know what type they are after. Compacts for everyday carrying. DSLR’s for the professionals and Bridge cameras and compact systems for the enthusiasts and hobbyists. However, take your eye off the market for more than a few months and trying to find the right brand is one task, trawling through the brands model numbers and specs is a whole other challenge. Plus specs aren’t everything, its the feel of a camera, the ease of use and of course the final outcome, image quality.

5 Photography Infographics all budding photogs must have

Starting out in photography can be very daunting. I remember myself trying to wrap my head around the idea of apertures, ISO’s and shutter speeds and how they all affect each other is mind  blowing. All I can say is the easiest way to understand is to experiment. Try every …

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Convert Images in Bulk with Affinity Photo

There are some jobs that seem like a chore and we put off and put off. Mostly because its time consuming rather than physical effort. For me is was getting round to converting 100 RAW images to jpg so I could share them online with family. 100 RAW images were …

How to force up date your Moto 360 to Android Wear 2.0

So the Android Wear 2.0 has finally dropped on the Moto 360 2nd edition watch. Sorry for anyone one the 1st edition. Yet this is a roll out process and not everyone is seeing the update. If you are in this situation and find yourself with the green screen with …


Free Up Vital Cloud Space With JpegMini

In the past we have covered the various different options of cloud storage, and their free, albeit limiting, free accounts of around 2 – 5GB. If this is the case for you and you have numerous photos taking up a lot of that space, then you really have 2 options. Expand your storage capacity or shrink your collection. The obvious way to shrink your collection is to delete the photos you don’t need, and back them up locally instead. Or you could give JpegMini a try.